Departure lounges have long been the sites of teary goodbyes and happy reunions. So it’s fitting that the band that shares that name have come back together after nineteen years to make Transmeridian, an album that explores themes of travel, home and human connection.
“I get great comfort from Departure Lounge,” says lead singer-guitarist Tim Keegan. “There’s a certain sort of energy about it and the dynamic of how the four of us feel about each other. There’s a lot of love in the room when we get together, and we haven’t been together for such a long